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    Nama sushi!!!!
    Posted by annikapeit

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    The fart patio at Avo is sublime
    Posted by raw rectum

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    Raw food restaurants have been around for years, I remember chatting with a fellow ten years ago about his favorite raw restaurant at a show. Fad maybe, but that was almost a decade ago.
    Posted by yg

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    Well, that anecdote about you talking to someone you didn't know, a decade ago, at a must venue, really puts the popularity of raw food restaurants into perspective. They're almost like diners in New Jersey.
    Posted by Don't Spot Me, Bro!

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    Post of the year, Mr Raw
    Posted by David

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    I've got nothing against raw food as a once in a while thing. I don't eat hot chicken all the time, or country ham or doughnuts.
    Posted by The Saint

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    I just realized I bombed this thread I'm sorry I meant it for the open thread. I will put a review there
    Posted by reagan

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    Despite the juvenile postings above, I will say that I adore Avo. I am a vegetarian, but not full vegan or raw food advocate.
    Posted by Veggie Professional Gal

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    What veggie professional cat said.

    I'd not heard of this place but I plan to visit---soon!
    Posted by Kosh III

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    Why thank you for the love! It's a bumper crop of local cookbooks this year--a sign of things to come, I hope.
    Posted by Nicki P. Wood

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    Maybe best post ever, raw.

    Huzzah!
    Posted by Mahatma Grundy

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    Several years ago, our family agreed that turkey really wasn't high on our list and the only reason we had it was because it was a Thanksgiving tradition. So we broke from that and started having beef tenderloin.
    Posted by BW

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    I am going to Athens Family Restaurant, for their wonderful Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner. Still one of my favorite restaurants!
    Posted by Dsnyguy

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    trying my hand at the carrot souffle recipe from the blackberry farm cookbook. also may revisit my successful past experiment: bourbon cranberry chocolate upside down cake.
    Posted by loveandnachos

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    Made it to the tap takeover at Hop Stop last night and tried several of the seasonal selections. I especially enjoyed the Tamarind Pucker and the Delayed Reaction, but the Summer Salt, Tarte le Blanche, and Weird de Garde were also very good.
    Posted by pogo

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    Ridiculously over-priced taste-free excuse for "Italian food" no matter where they shove it.
    Posted by Support Real Restaurants

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    Mmm, "savory chickpea Yule log"...

    I eat vegan several times a week but I must say, those four words do not go together. If I tried shaping bean paste into a log shape and serving it to my relatives, I would never hear the end of it.
    Posted by The Saint

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    The Saint--I should have elaborated on that one a bit further...it's made with chickpea *flour* not the actual beans, so it has the cake-like texture of a traditional yule log. Sorry for the confusion!
    Posted by Lesley Eats

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    Lesley,
    That sounds a lot better than the wet bean log I was imagining. I've never used chickpea flour in a dessert, I pretty much keep it around to make socca exclusively.
    Posted by The Saint

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    Backstraps, venison. Sliced thin, rolled in seasoned flour and fried.
    Posted by Mahatma Grundy

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